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    Veterinarians in Columbus

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    Business Listing   Athens Animal Clinic - Columbus, IN - Phone: (812) 372-9986

    Business Listing   Best Friends Animal Care - Columbus, IN - Phone: (812) 342-1233

    Business Listing   Cooper Cary DVM - Columbus, IN - Phone: (812) 379-9123

    Business Listing   Hope Veterinary Clinic - Northside - Columbus, IN - Phone: (812) 526-2697

    Business Listing   Hope Veterinary Clinic - Westside - Columbus, IN - Phone: (812) 342-0263

    Business Listing   Noah's Columbus Animal Healthcare Center - Columbus, IN - Phone: (812) 372-2555

    Business Listing   Smith Animal Clinic - Columbus, IN - Phone: (812) 348-2748

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    Helpful Definition for: Veterinarians

    A veterinarian in Columbus is a person who treats animals and is a practitioner of veterinary medicine. Those working in clinical settings often practice medicine in a limited field such as pet medicine, which includes small animals such as dogs and cats. Veterinarians in Columbus may choose to specialize in medical disciplines such as surgery, dermatology or internal medicine, after post-graduate training and certification. Like physicians and animal therapists, veterinarians must make ethical decisions about their patients’ care.

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